Casting a gimlet eye over the newspapers this morning I spy trouble ahead for Posh and Beck�s. My observation yesterday that they had won the battle of terrible Tuesday with the beautifully crafted photo opportunity in the snow might be overshadowed by a gathering gloom. The alleged infidelity saga is set for a tricky turn or two this Easter weekend that could see a modern crucifixion of the perfect pair?
The red tops seed today the idea that the fragrant Rebbeca Loos is set to spill the beans this weekend with her side of alleged affair. I am confident that the News of The World has got her locked away with a persuasive team of skilled full hacks that will be cajoling her into coughing up a jaw dropping tale. Any story that is crafted will make their estimated investment of �300k pay dividends in terms of increased sales and circulation. Unfortunately, Rachel will be left to pick up the pieces as well as the cash over the coming months. I hope she will not be excepting any trauma counselling from News International to help deal with the fall out . If a newspaper is going to hand over a fat cheque for kiss and tell, make no mistake they expect their kilo of flesh.
Rumour and innuendo hang over media land like dense smog and this air is thick with the suggestion that there are other women with tales to tell. I would expect the Beckham camp to hold firm under this onslaught and continue to project a defiant stance of a harmonious marital solidarity. Currently it would seem that the Great British public buys this for the moment at least, and seem to detest the Beckham�s mauling by the media.
I would hate to think what is going on behind closed doors both in Geneva and a safe house somewhere in Europe.